Ecospirituality teaches that the divine life extends to all reality, and that the Kosmos is an integral part of the self-revelation of the Creator. In ecospirituality we explore our relationship with Aldatis in the context of our relationship with the entire Kosmos with the Creator in the middle of this masterpiece.
Ecospirituality is fundamental to the Gaian methodology because the ability to understand the Gaia hypothesis and the sustainability paradigm requires some familiarity or intuitive convenience with non-duality. One must feel comfortable with mystery, with a relationship of respect based on interconnectedness; and you must have a way to hold and interpret the paradox. The diversity of ecospirituality offers this concept by offering constructive paths through paradoxes and ways to deal with mystery with power and fearlessness. Sustainability is as much a spiritual construction as a scientific or ecological construction. It is necessary to learn spiritual interpretations of our relationship with Gaia and scientific, especially if you are interested in an integrated approach to sustainability, methodologies and solutions.
Ecospirituality is the spiritual component of sustainability. It is the place that the mind occupies in the sustainability paradigm. Gaia is not only a scientific theory with a mythical name, it represents a spiritual understanding of the earth, the universe, human consciousness and embodiment. Gaia is the meeting place for science, spirituality and art. Ecospirituality is where the deep religion of Ken Wilber meets good science (Theory of Everything: an integral vision for business, politics, science and spirituality, 2000, pp. 160). Ecospirituality contains and describes the various manifestations of the continual ethnostiritual conversation of mankind with the earth.